I know this question has been asked repeatedly but I can't seem to find an answer that fits my scenario. If it has already been answered please can you point me in the direction I am seeking?
I want to be able monitor the current active calls for an MGCP gateway using my SNMP polling engine but I cannot find the OID to succeessfully do this. I have read in other posts that these stats might be available from the call manager but again I am unable to find the correct OIDs. We are running a Linux based CM 6.1
If anyone has any information on this I would be very grateful,
thank you for your reply. I use these OID's for my other H323 gateways but for the MGCP gateways they don't seem to be accurate.
For example if I poll 220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.1.3 using a 'poll on demand' realtime SNMP poller I get 6 rows of totals with OID suffixes ranging from 0.0 to 2.1. If I add all the totals for each row together the value I get usually is around 25 with a variance of about +/- of 5. The SNMP poller is polling for raw values and is not using any calculations on the results. I have verified this by using a seperate poller and attained the same results.
If on the other hand I issue the sh command (sh mgcp statistics) on the same gateway at as close to the same time as the SNMP poller as possible I get a value of 35 with a variance of about +/- 3.
Below is an example of the output from the sh mgcp gateway
DS0 Resource Statistics
Utilization: 20.55 percent
Total channels: 210
Addressable channels: 180
Inuse channels: 37
Disabled channels: 30
Free channels: 143
Where is the Inuse channels output sourced from above?
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